then it logically follows the flashlight app needs permission to access location data in order to function.
Not to me it doesn't.
Like many things their needs to be the correct balance. We need Patents and Copyrights...
Makes sense and I tried to find a reference for this but didn't find one on a quick search; might be able to find one if I spend more than 10 mins...
Windows 3.1 came out and WordPerfect launched a new version for it. It was horrible! We used it at work and I was always frustrated with how I had to "reveal codes" to get any meaningful text formatting done.
When I bought my first computer, it was mainly for writing papers for university, so a good word processing application was key. At the store, I asked what other word processing programs were available and I played with Word 2.0 for a few minutes. It was beautiful! I went home with Word.
That may not explain why others went with Word over WordPerfect, but it explains why I did.